Andrzej Romaniuk (MA (Archaeology), MSc (Osteoarchaeology))
Thesis title: Methodological research on micromammal assemblages from archaeological sites in Orkney, Scotland, UK: Investigating methods, exploring data, understanding the past
A double master degree holder (MA in archaeology & MSc in osteoarchaeology) and a current PhD student (archaeology) under the supervision of Dr Robin Bendrey. See CV (enclosed below) for details.
Responsibilities & affiliations
School of History, Classics & Archaeology (UoE) - Lab Demonstrator
Natural Sciences (NMS) - Research Associate
- micromammal archaeology
- coprolite analysis
- Scanning Electron Microscopy / Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy / Computed Tomography
- Statistical analysis
- Statistical programming
Currently working on PhD project, originally titled "Of rodents and men": the evolution of human-micromammal relationships in prehistoric Orkney.
From 2nd year its title is "Of rodents and men": Research on micromammal assemblages from Orcadian archaeological sites
Romaniuk, A.A., Shepherd, A.N., Clarke, D.V., Sheridan, A.J., Fraser, S., Bartosiewicz L. & J.S. Herman 2016A Rodents: food or pests in Neolithic Orkney. Royal Society Open Science Vol. 3 is. 10 160514; http://rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/3/10/160514
Romaniuk, A.A., Shepherd, A.N., Clarke, D.V., Sheridan, A.J., Fraser, S., Bartosiewicz L. & J.S. Herman 2016B Data from: Rodents: food or pests in Neolithic Orkney. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j333r